Interview: Luke Caley and Lewis Williams of Press To MECO

In a small dingy room filled to breaking point with assorted instruments and accompanying gear backstage at The Concorde 2, Luke Caley and Lewis Williams (guitar/vocals and drum/vocals respectively) are euphoric following their opening set for SikTh on this run of UK dates. Despite having literally stepped off stage 15 minutes ago, they are surprisingly … Continue reading Interview: Luke Caley and Lewis Williams of Press To MECO

Gig Review: SikTh / Devil Sold His Soul / Press To MECO – Concorde 2, Brighton (7th December 2017)

Tonight's line-up is another one of those weirdly put-together bills with bands coming from various sectors of the rock and metal stratosphere. It's show number five on this tour where SikTh are revisiting 2005's, genre-defining Death Of A Dead Day. Such is the reverence and acclaim that the record holds, the place begins to fill slowly … Continue reading Gig Review: SikTh / Devil Sold His Soul / Press To MECO – Concorde 2, Brighton (7th December 2017)

Tour News: King Parrot, The Heretic Order, Devil Sold His Soul, Press To MECO, Eva Plays Dead, Beth Hart

The hype of Machine Head's return to the UK has most certainly not worn off but there's no reason we can't all get excited for a couple more shows in the coming months. Check out the varied bunch below. King Parrot And what a way to begin. In an effort to reschedule the shows they … Continue reading Tour News: King Parrot, The Heretic Order, Devil Sold His Soul, Press To MECO, Eva Plays Dead, Beth Hart

Video Roundup: Broken Jaw, American Caskets, Vintersea, As December Falls, Deadly Inscription, Press to MECO, From the Void

After a hectic weekend, it's time to relax for five days and snooze through the working week again... Broken Jaw - "Constant Ignorance" Broken Jaw, who were on at Amplified Festival recently, have just released their new video. As well as being a scorching track, its aim is to raise awareness of domestic abuse - … Continue reading Video Roundup: Broken Jaw, American Caskets, Vintersea, As December Falls, Deadly Inscription, Press to MECO, From the Void

Fort Fest 2016 – Day 2

Kingdom Keys opened the second day at noon on the Saturday. Their soulful alternative rock roused the crowd from the campsite and into the arena with songs such as “We Are Kings” and the “War Mask” from their debut EP. The Hyena Kill took to the stage at quarter past two. The raucous Manchester two-piece … Continue reading Fort Fest 2016 – Day 2